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Mike Swanoski

The closing of rural pharmacies affects vulnerable demographics, such as the elderly and those suffering from chronic illnesses—leading to poorer health outcomes for individuals and their communities.

Laura Palombi

"Community pharmacists have an opportunity to engage with patients who might be at risk of opioid use disorder or of overdose," said Assist. Prof. Laura Palombi.

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David Stenehjem works in the rapidly growing field of outcomes research, which guides his research on midostaurin in FLT3-mutated acute myeloid leukemia.

Sharon Ng

The long-term goal is to develop a pharmacist workforce that can effectively cross over between mental health and primary care.

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Several of our faculty are tackling the opioid addiction alongside and in partnership with the surrounding communities.

 low prescribing rates among MN providers

With opioid overdose deaths increasing at alarming speed, naloxone, an overdose antidote, provides some hope amidst a grave, serious public health crisis. From 2014 to 2015 alone, opioid-related overdose deaths increased 11 percent in Minnesota.

Timothy Stratton news square photo

CoP survey found many MN jails don’t have the infrastructure or planning in place to support inmates with mental illnesses, particularly upon release.

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1st year student Jacob Schally says, “I’ve met some incredible pharmacists and I want to work hard so I can follow in their footsteps.”

Laura Palombi award

Award recognizes her outstanding commitment to raising awareness of the dangers of prescription drug abuse.

Mike Swanoski

Michael Swanoski, PharmD, is the new Senior Associate Dean for the Duluth campus.

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